Please debate and discuss: I'm now of the opinion America needs an entitled aristocracy in order to save culture and individuality from being drowned under the values of the bourgeoisie. Whenever people look at countries they'd like America to be more like, the real similarity seems to be that they usually have an entitled aristocracy, though most don't also have royalty like England does. America already seems to have all the problems of aristocratic egocentricity in the form of a "bourgeoisocracy" which likes to brag about "hustling" 90-hour workweeks even goes so far as to idolize dropping out of college like Bill Gates. People aren't respected for staying in college and learning Chaucer and Milton and what have you. People think money is the end of all things when every rap fan knows money is literally called "means," and people don't like the idea of anyone being better than anyone else even in ways I'd consider unoffensive like preferring to watch Cinderella over Desperate Housewives, preferring to read A Picture of Dorian Gray over Fifty Shades of Grey, or preferring listening to Jimi Hendrix over an annoying middle school kid with an out-of-tune stratocaster. Even Yale students have internalized that value is money and money is value and stultify everyone in the conformity of postmodern values and philosophy. Aristocracy can't even be a bunch of Nazis or entitled brats if Sir Elton John is a literal knight. So, for the love of all that has non-monetary value, let's amend the Constitution and hand out titles to our Elton Johns.